Popular dancehall entertainer Teflon, was freed of charges of illegal possession of firearm and ammunition when he appeared in the Port Maria Circuit Court yesterday. High court judge Bertram Morris dismissed all charges against the accused, citing several discrepancies in the evidence against him. During his summation, Judge Bertram Morris said that “the practice of tampering with evidence is such a sore point” and added he had no choice but to give the benefit of the doubt to the entertainer. He warned the accused to be careful in the future. Allegations against Watson are that on August 28, 2008, a team of police from Area Two headquarters went to his studio in an area known as ‘Yawd A Love’ near Oracabessa, St Mary. It was further alleged that the entertainer was spotted with a black strap bag over his shoulder when he was accosted and searched. During the search, a .45 pistol loaded with seven rounds along with an iPod and camera was taken from the bag. Teflon was later arrested and charged.
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